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Go for the burn – but get that permit first

Citing dry weather conditions, Cal Fire has put a burn permit requirement back in place as temperatures start to heat up again. The drop in moisture means brush and grasses in the ...

Police investigate Rocklin gun heist

Rocklin police are trying to determine who helped themselves to an arsenal of weapons at a local gun store Sunday morning. According to officers, the incident happened around 4:02 ...

True Margarita Maestros: Granite Bay, Roseville area a hot spot for Cinco de Mayo drinks

Tequila. It’s the ageless elixir of agave, warming spirits since the days when Aztecs fermented Pulque sap and Spanish conquistadors brewed Mezcal in dried pyramids of mud. W ...

The pork sensations of Central Mexico in Granite Bay

The sign on the door says “homemade food,” and the homeland invoked is Guanajuato, a terrene of brushy mountains, deep silver mines and raging arts festivals that chann ...

Travel: Finding pure paradise in Puerto Vallarta

Lying on the beach chair, sunhat shielding my eyes from the sparkling blue and white waves in the Bahía de Banderas, I suddenly heard the unmistakable beats of a horse cante ...

Roseville’s new indoor skydiving experience prepares to take flight

Roseville residents with the thrill-seeking instinct will finally have a new option in coming weeks: iFly, the international indoor skydiving venture, will start taking party and g ...

Horizon Charter teacher from Roseville arrested for child molestation

Detectives with Sunnyvale’s Department of Public Safety arrested a 64-year-old Roseville man Wednesday on six counts of child molestation, according to a news release from th ...

Video: Ninja Sushi's grand opening on Vernon Street

Ninja Sushi held its grand opening this past weekend. The Press Tribune was there to grab some video of the scene and chat with owner Steve Kwon.    The footag ...

Roseville chiropractor sentenced in Hawaii for rape

A Roseville chiropractor was sentenced last week to 10 years in prison for raping a woman in Maui, Hawaii in September 2011. According to Maui County First Deputy Attorney Robert ...

Roseville council takes up ‘awful,’ ‘trashy’ biz signs

The way businesses use signs in Roseville may be changing and Roseville’s leaders are using strong words to send a message about it. Issues with maintenance and appearance o ...

The Malhotras’ vino dream: A bridge from Granite Bay to Napa

Ernest Hemingway said “wine is one of the most civilized things in the world,” and a Granite Bay couple is bringing that sentiment home. Having traveled the world, Sam ...

Big name in cooking hits Downtown Roseville

A Citrus Heights catering business with South Placer connections will be joining Downtown Roseville’s revitalization movements by relocating to Vernon Street and opening a fu ...

Remembering Roseville’s ladies of the night

Many longtime railroad towns have scandalous episodes in their pasts that don’t make it into the books on sale at visitor’s centers: One of the most common chapters of ...